I see some people
responding to all that in a way showing that they have no conscience,
where they do not believe in the Christian ideal put forth in Acts 2
and 4, where the early Christians in response to an initial encounter
with God gave us the Christian model of how to take care of each other
on needs (not non-needs)
So if I have made better decisions that lead to me making more money than your and pay more taxes (in actual dollars) than you, then doesn't that mean that I am more caring and more Christian than you?